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Craftsman 41EDZ47C799 32cc 4-Cycle Straight Shaft Gas Powered WeedWacker

Item# 07174093000P | Model# 41EDZ47C799 | Added on January 24, 2017 |
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Eliminate Weeds with the Craftsman Gas 4-Cycle Weed Trimmer   Don't let weeds and tall grass get you down when you can easily cut them down with a 4-Cycle Straight Shaft Gas Line Trimmer. This trimmer features our most advanced 2-Step (Prime, Pull) Starting System that will get your engine started in seconds.  The New Craftsman Exclusive 2-IN-1 Hassle Free Max™ Cutting Head combines convenience of a fixed line head and an easy to load bump-feed system.  This Craftsman innovation eliminates the need for replacement spools and removes the frustration of refilling trimmer line and gives you the choice of 3 different line sizes allowing you to get most any trimming job done!  It's easy to control with an innovative handle that rotates 360 degrees and an aluminum shaft to make this trimmer lightweight but powerful. The Incredi-Pull™ starting system makes it easy to get this machine humming, but if you prefer a push-button starter, this trimmer is also Speed Start™ capable. The hard-working Craftsman string trimmer is equipped with the Multi-Yard Tool Attachment System so you can change this trimmer into a pole-saw, edger, hedge trimmer and more with ease.

  • Powered by a 32cc, 4-cycle engine that does not require mixing gas and oil
  • Features a cutting swath of 18” to cover more ground in less time
  • Advanced 2-step (prime and pull) system with Incredi-Pull™ for effortless starting
  • 2-in-1 Hassle Free Max™ Cutting Head which combines
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By dinosore
May 5th, 2017
Does what it suppose to do, but

I am use to using the 2 cycle version. Although weighing more it is manageable. The down side is the unit is long. I'm six feet and the unit is as tall as I am. The gas filler nozzle is somewhat dangerous. The cap sits at a 45 degree to the ground and using a funnel, even a small one is awkward as the tube is located in a cramped space. Gas spills are inevitable unless there is an adjustable spout on your gas can. Adding another inch to the length of the filler neck plus bending it upward to be level with the ground would have been a advantage. Shorter individuals may have a problem angling the cutter head to cut around trees, etc. Edging the sidewalk means the cutter head is sitting way out in front of you as you walk.

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By MEF123
May 22nd, 2017

Underpowered from the start and easily bogs down. Had it less than a year and it broke before I could use it a dozen times. I take it back to the store and they tell me warranty items must be taken somewhere else. The repair shop is an hour drive one way.

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James Crowe
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Worthless starting system.


The trimmer works great when I can get it started! I love the 4-cycle version but HATE the “Incredi-pulll”starter rope system!!! It worked ok for the first couple of months then started to not engage. Then came winter. Fought and fussed with it the next summer. Just at the 2-year warranty expiration, it totally will not engage. I haven’t even used all the spare line which came with this EXPENSIVE trimmer and now must pay $100+ to get it repaired. I haven’t even mentioned all the oil which leaks around the sight glass. How can I retrofit a regular pull rope pulley? !

November 27th
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John Weeks
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32 cc 4 stroke Weed Wacker


It is the best one that I have owned or used. It is great because I don’t have to keep a special oil mix gas can for this. It is strong, and I had to get used to it not revving high RPM. It has low gas consumption. It’s weight distribution is not exactly the best, you will have to use it for a while to get it in a position you like.

January 23rd
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Works great except for edging.


Purchased with brush cutter and cultivator attachments. The basic WeedWacker works great until you try to edge vertical. The straight configuration makes it difficult to see where the line is cutting. Maybe with more practice, I'll get better with it.

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